1. Check what vaccines you may need for up to 6 months.
2. Save your photocopy passport and, if possible, a copy to your email account.
3. Take the latest photos of your children, so that when you leave them, it's easier to get to know them.
4. Get the phone number and address for your embassy in your country.
5. Provide contact information to anyone at home.
6. Get a comprehensive travel insurance policy. If you have existing conditions, make sure they are not excluded. Some travel insurance policies exclude acts of terrorism, so be sure!
7. Do not purchase insurance directly from your agent or airline. These are often overvalued and you can get the same protection for a fraction of the price by shopping around.
8. Check the weather patterns for your travel time and plan for it. Pack appropriate clothes.
9. Before you leave, pack the essentials (sun creams, repellents, medications, etc.) so that it can be difficult to get where you are.
10. Check your tripadvisor for information on your destination. The forum can provide many useful tips and tricks.
11. Get acquainted with the government of your country on travel recommendations to the country you are visiting.
12. When looking at the map, draw a compass to find out which direction it is to go.
13. If you have a noisy hotel room, remove ear plugs.
14. Pull a torch.
15. If you are getting a mobile phone, make sure your operator is unlocked to work abroad. Contact them to check out.
16. If you have been abroad for a while, check to get a local SIM card for your phone. This can make calls cheaper. Make sure your phone is locked to receive another operator's SIM cards.
17. Get the basic first aid kit.
18. Buy a personalized alarm alarm.
19. Take an extra pair of glasses.
20. Take a copy of the prescription with you if you take the medicine. Make sure it is legal to bring your prescription drugs into the country.
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22. Before leaving, note the location of your room. This should be often given to customs officials.
23. Before your flight, pack your essentials in your closet. It will be useful if your luggage is not lost.
24. Do not put your home address on luggage labeling, as this may compromise security. Instead, use your friends and business addresses.
25. Stack your bags and do not leave them unattended.
26. Do not approach animals because they can become infected.
27. Beware of people approaching you. Don't lower your guard!
28. Do not disclose confidential information to anyone.
29. Do not drink wine from strangers. If someone insists on taking one of you, go with them and look at it!
30. Beware of strangers approaching you. May be scams!
31. Avoid your pocket. These people often work in pairs and start a conversation with you or create some kind of trouble.
32. Respect local customs. Check what is appropriate behavior and act accordingly.
33. Respect local dress codes, especially in Islamic countries.
34. Try to dress like a local. This will pull you less than the target for hustlers / thieves and make your vacation more enjoyable.
35. Do not keep the values on the screen as this may be the target of thieves. If possible, place any unnecessary value in the home.
36. Avoid public protests as they can be dangerous.
37. If something feels potentially dangerous, be careful.
38. When you go to a beach, make sure that the swim is safe. If in doubt, do not enter the water.
39. Do not take photographs of soldiers or equipment. It can accuse you of being a spy and be tried!
40. Be careful when using a taxi. If possible, use only taxis from registered firms. If the taxi is not being measured, agree on a price before entering.
41. Get a dictionary and a map for your destination.
42. Give your children a card with your name, hotel and contact information.
43. Always hold your hand or wrap it around your waistband.
44. If you do not get back into conflict, it is better to lose some of your values - this is your life!
45. If you wish to direct, ask only authorized persons (eg Police).
46. Avoid walking and traveling at night.
47. In hotels, pay attention to emergency departure procedures. If you can't find them, ask them, if not … leave!
48. If someone comes to you and claims to be in charge, ask for a valid ID. It is not known if the scams look like cops!
49. Beware of anyone claiming to be a tour guide. If you need a guide, find yourself.
50. Contact your credit card companies before you travel. Blocking your card while abroad is a problem!
51. Keep one copy of your credit card number with one you can rely on at home. In the event of injury, it can be easily eliminated.
52. Keep your credit card companies' phone numbers on your mobile phone and it will be easy to contact them if you lose.
53. Get some of the directions you want at home. If you do not have an ATM, it will make things easier when you reach your destination.
54. When you get home, make some local currency. This is useful for airport shops and taxis.
55. Take a small amount of cash and at least two credit cards.
56. Keep your credit cards separate.
57. Take only one card when leaving the hotel … keep the others safe at the hotel. Make sure it is secure.
58. Take only as much money as you need each day.
59. There is a wallet with a small amount of cash in it. Useful if you are encountering a muger.
60. Be prepared to give a small change of advice.
Food and beverage
61. Check if drinking water is safe. If not, get bottled water at the destination. Make sure the stamp is not broken.
62. If water is dangerous, make sure there is no ice inside.
63. If you cannot get bottled water, buy water purifying tablets.
64. Avoid hot foods, the bacteria can develop for it!
65. Avoid unripe fruits and vegetables until you peel them.
66. Avoid foods that are exposed to mosquitoes.
67. If you are driving, do a research on road customs, trunk codes and conditions.
68. Check if your existing driving license is accepted.
69. Check the condition of the vehicle before renting. Take care of any bumps and scraps in your rental company and make sure you record them so that you will not be charged for damages.
70. Avoiding collision damage when assembling a car is a prerequisite. Try to get it from a third party (not a rental company) so that you can make a great save.
Before coming home
71. Make sure you are allowed to import. Bringing home unauthorized items can result in harassment and fines.
I hope you will find a useful guide to what you need to consider before you travel. Of course, the list is not exhaustive and there are things you can do. If so, I encourage you to join in and comment on this comment below.